American HardcoreRated 5.00 by 6 people
American Hardcore a film about the lost subculture of America's rebellious, Reagan-era hardcore set is explored in filmmaker Paul Rachman's cinematic adaptation of Steven Blush's book. Disillusioned by politics, angered by greedy record labels, and bound together by a powerful antiestablishment
Waiting For SupermanRated 5.00 by 2 people
Waiting For Superman is a documentary sure to get parents and teachers talking and arguing. The film is an eye-opening overview of America's ailing educational system.
The Finland Phenomenon: World’s Most Surprising School SystemRated 5.00 by 2 people
Finland's education system has ranked among the best in the world for more than a decade. No standardized tests, no homework, no private schools, the puzzle is, why Finland? Harvard researcher, Dr. Tony Wagner, decided to find out.
Saving FaceRated 5.00 by 2 people
Saving Face is a documentary film shot in Pakistan about the women who are the victims of acid attacks. The film follows two survivors of acid attacks, Zakia and Rukhsana, highlighting the challenges they face in recovery and in achieving justice.
The Dream Team DocumentaryRated 5.00 by 2 people
The Dream Team Documentary tells the story of the squad that won it all in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games with help from Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, John Stockton and Karl Malone.
Love, Reality, and the Time of TransitionRated 5.00 by 2 people
All you need is Love. That’s what John Lennon was singing and it's true, all we need is love. But do we really know what love is? People post it on Facebook as their Religion: Love, and use it casually in conversation in their every day lives. It is seen as the solution to all the world problems.
Einstein’s Big IdeaRated 5.00 by 2 people
Exactly 100 years ago, Albert Einstein grappled with the implications of his revolutionary special theory of relativity and came to a startling conclusion: mass and energy are one, related by the formula E = mc2. In "Einstein's Big Idea," NOVA dramatizes the remarkable story behind this equation.
Locked Up Abroad: Real Midnight ExpressRated 4.50 by 4 people
Billy Hayes, the man who lived the true story of the hit film, Midnight Express, is finally opening up at age 63 to let the world know exactly what happened in that Turkish prison. For those unfamiliar with the 1978, Oliver Stone-penned screenplay, Midnight Express chronicled the five long years that Billy Hayes spent in a Turkish
Hard Time: Prison GangsRated 4.50 by 2 people
This documentary film follow inmates in Ohio's largest prisons over a year, where gangs are a fact of life that force every inmate to make a choice: join up and band together, or stand your ground as a lone wolf.
Britney: For the RecordRated 4.50 by 2 people
Britney, For the Record is a film about recording artist and entertainer Britney Spears. This subjective documentary chronicles Britney's return to the recording industry after her publicized professional and personal struggles.
GuinnessRated 4.50 by 2 people
This is the largest stout brewery in the world, step inside the famous Guinness Brewery in Dublin which pumps out more than 300 million pints of the dark beer each year.
Audi R8Rated 4.33 by 3 people
What does it take to craft the new Audi R8, a revolutionary road car that rockets to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds? Audi AG is a German automobile manufacturer, from supermini to crossover
Locked Up Abroad: JamaicaRated 4.33 by 3 people
TK and her girlfriend went on a Jamaican vacation in return for smuggling marijuana back into the United States. The would get caught at the airport, and would spend time in Kingston's central jail, which has horrible living conditions.
Ikea – Ultimate FactoriesRated 4.25 by 4 people
To build and deliver IKEA’s furniture, it takes a global factory network of over 1,000 manufacturing plants, 27 distribution centers, and 300 stores. In Zbaszynek, Poland, IKEA's largest wood production plant in the world
Locked Up Abroad: Party GirlRated 4.20 by 5 people
Clare Mathews subsidizes her crazy party lifestyle by stuffing statues with hashish - until she ends up in one of the world's largest jails.
An Inconvenient TruthRated 4.00 by 5 people
An Inconvenient Truth follows Al Gore on his travels in support of his efforts to educate people around the world on the severity of global warming. The film intersperses Gore's exploration of data and predictions regarding climate change and its potential for disaster.
Murder On A Sunday MorningRated 4.00 by 2 people
Mary Ann Stephens is shot in the head at point blank range in front of her husband. Two hours later, Brenton Butler, a 15 year old black male, is arrested walking down a nearby street. Mr. Stephens identifies him. Butler signs a confession.
Last Days HereRated 4.00 by 2 people
Last Days Here is a documentary that follows Bobby Liebling, lead singer of Pentagram. The Alexandria, Virginia-based semi heavy metal group was founded in 1971 and active sporadically throughout the following four decades.
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of our LivesRated 4.00 by 2 people
When untested genetically modified crops where allowed into our environment and food supply, the US government took a gamble of unprecedented proportions, ignoring repeated warnings by its own scientists.
Statin Nation: The Great Cholesterol Cover-UpRated 3.80 by 5 people
Scientists and doctors tell us that cholesterol is a major cause of heart disease, and foods containing saturated fat should be avoided at all costs. This film uncovers whether the link between saturated fat, high cholesterol and coronary heart disease is not as straightforward as we are led to believe.
Miss RepresentationRated 3.75 by 16 people
Miss Representation is a documentary film that uncovers the obtrusive reality of society that we have to live with on a daily basis but fail to see. Written and directed by Jennifer Newsom, the film exposes how mainstream media contributes to the underneath representation of ladies in positions of power
Food MattersRated 3.75 by 8 people
Food Matters is a hard hitting documentary film that is a fast paced look at our current state of health. Despite the billions of dollars of funding and research into new so-called cures we continue to suffer from a raft of chronic ills and every day maladies.
Illuminati: The Music Industry ExposedRated 3.75 by 4 people
This video brings forth an overwhelming amount of evidence that the music industry is completely controlled by an illuminati elite who flash their symbolism in music videos of artists who have sold their souls to the devil also known as the ‘Rain Man’.
The Art of DeceptionRated 3.67 by 3 people
As online technology has developed, sites like youtube and vimeo make it possible for anyone to broadcast information, even if the information they express is based on lies. In an academic environment, a paper must have detailed citations
Hungry For ChangeRated 3.58 by 12 people
Learn what you should really be eating and the facts about the disturbing reality that is our way of eating and living. Hungry For Change exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about deceptive strategies designed to keep you coming back for more.
Searching for Sugar ManRated 3.50 by 8 people
Searching for Sugar Man is a feature documentary that tells the true story of Rodriguez, the greatest '70s rock icon who never was. The movie follows the story of two Cape Town fans who set out to find out what really happened to him.
First PositionRated 3.50 by 2 people
First Position is a documentary film that follows six talented ballet dancers as they struggle to maintain form in the face of injury and personal sacrifice on their way to one of the most prestigious youth ballet competitions in the world.
Inside JobRated 3.50 by 2 people
Inside Job is a 2010 documentary about the late 2000s global financial crisis. The film is described by Ferguson as being about "the systemic corruption of the U.S by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption.
Jiro Dreams of SushiRated 3.50 by 2 people
This is the story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered to be the world's greatest sushi chef. Jiro serves the world's greatest sushi at his 10-seater, sushi-only restaurant, so prestigious sushi lovers from around the world call months in advance, in hope for a coveted seat at Jiro's sushi bar.
The Business of Being BornRated 3.47 by 15 people
The Business of Being Born criticizes the American health care system with its emphasis on drugs and costly interventions and its view of childbirth as a medical emergency rather than a natural occurrence.
Killing Us Softly 4Rated 3.39 by 46 people
Jean Kilbourne takes a new and refreshing look at how advertising traffics in distorted and destructive ideals of femininity. This documentary stands to challenge a new generation of students to take advertising seriously, and to think critically about popular culture and its relationship to sexism,
The Bully ProjectRated 3.25 by 12 people
The Bully Project is a documentary film that covers events during the 2009–2010 school year and follows students and their families from Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, Iowa and Oklahoma. The film also covers the stories of Tyler Long and Ty Smalley, who committed suicide
The Secret: Law of AttractionRated 3.13 by 8 people
The Secret reveals the most powerful law in the universe. The knowledge of this law has run like a golden thread through the lives and the teachings of all the prophets, seers, sages, and saviors in the world's history, and through the lives of all truly great men and women.
My Daughter The Teenage NudistRated 3.00 by 14 people
This film tells the story of Mollie and Alex who are part of a growing group of teenagers and twentysomethings embracing the world of public nudity, a contemporary phenomenon that's been driven by social networking sites such as Facebook
Fat, Sick & Nearly DeadRated 3.00 by 6 people
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead is a documentary that tells the story about Joe Cross who was 100 pounds overweight and suffering from a debilitating autoimmune disease. Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead is a truly inspiring film that chronicles Joe's personal mission
Killing Us Softly 3Rated 3.00 by 4 people
To a great extent, advertising tells us who we are and who we should be. What does advertising tell us today about women? It tells us just as did it 10 and 20 and 30 years ago that what's most important about women is how we look.
DMT: The Spirit MoleculeRated 3.00 by 2 people
This film investigates dimethyltryptamine (DMT), an endogenous psychoactive compound, which exists in humans and numerous species of plants and animals. Funded clinical research at the University of New Mexico in where Dr. Strassman injected sixty volunteers with DMT, one of the most powerful psychedelics known
Brutal Killers: LionsRated 3.00 by 2 people
Go inside the lion's den for an in-depth look at the family dynamic and inner workings of a lion pride. Males lions exceed 250kg and is the second-largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions currently exist in sub-Saharan Africa and in Asia
GasHoleRated 3.00 by 2 people
GAS HOLE is an eye-opening documentary about the history of oil prices and sheds light on a secret that the big oil companies don't want you to know – that there are viable and affordable alternatives to petroleum fuel
Dogfighting UndercoverRated 3.00 by 2 people
Dogfighting Undercover is a documentary made by the BBC that goes deep into the secret and dangerous world of dogfighting. For over 18 months, an undercover team operated alongside international gangs in Europe, in an attempt to capture the organised fights on camera.